Tuesday, May 25, 2010

A House of Order and FUN: Day Keeper Part 2!

Day Keeper Part 2!
Now that you have finished your
Days of the Week pages, we can move on to the
rest of the stuff on the list.
Today's Pages Include:
Calendar Pages
(Jan. - May 2011 and June - Dec. 2010)
Here's the Calendar PDF:
Birthday and Anniversary Cards
Birthday's and Anniversaries
Monthly Expenses Sheets
Bills to be Paid
Babysitter Information
"Here's What We Did This Month" Journal Pages
Running Project List
Important Names and Numbers
Our Family Goals
Visiting Teaching Information
Home Teaching Information
Wants, Needs, and Sizes
2010 Holidays
Weekly Shopping List
Breakfast Repeat
Monthly Emergency Preparedness Planning and Purchases
Authorization for Treatment of a Minor
Daily Quick Clean Schedule
Routines: Table of Contents
Pictures for Family History
My Routines
Kids Routines
Holiday Traditions and Ideas
Tabs
Routines Divider Page
and
Reminders Divider Page
Here's the PDF:
Tabs and Dividers PDF:
Oops!
I sent you MY Breakfast Repeat . . . Here's a blank one for you:
You're getting closer to putting your books together.
The great thing about the Day Keeper is that
you only print the forms you want to use.
I'll show you how to put them together in tomorrow's post.
Here are a few pictures of what the 
Days of the Week Pages look like.
I'll be able to explain how they work alot easier
once you've opened the PDF and been able to see
the forms.
NOTE:
I had put Presentation Books on the Supply's Needed List
in an earlier post. That will be used for the Family Phone Book.
You will definately want to get a 3-ring binder for the
Day Keeper!
(I'm sorry about the mix-up . . . but we will still be using the
Presentation Books, just not for a minute.)
Here's a Finances Tab . . . Just in case you would like one:
I think I will be able to finish posting the forms tomorrow . . .
and then the Day Keeper will be DONE!

23 comments:

CindyG said...

Thanks so much! Hope you are feeling better soon.

Debbie said...

Thank you SOOO much for the time you've spent to put these together for us. I am so excited to be able to put it all together!

Chelsea said...

Wow this is just what I need!!! Thank you so much- this is just amazing. I so need to get organized

Julie said...

I love your blog. I'm in the midst of doing several of your projects. Thanks for all you do!
Could you post a blanl Breakfast Repeat that we could fill-in? My kids have food allergies and eat quite different. Thanks so much. It's a fabulous idea.

Natalie said...

Thank you! Looks fabulous! You are great for sharing.
I have a quick question about my Vital Records binder. (I've been working like crazy on it! And I love it... so do my friends!) Back in the very first section (Addresses), what information should be on the Business page. Is this for places we do business (like a dry cleaners?) or businesses like Questar, phone company, etc... or will those accounts be in the Home or Housing sections. (Hope I'm making sEnCe!?) Again, thank you, THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

Tricia-
I really enjoy your site.
Q-Where do you put your appts that
are in the future? For example, dental
cleaning on Aug 11? Also do you put your
kids chores on a checklist or a schedule
when not in school? I ask because I don't
see times listed on your lists. Thanks again
for all this great information.
from California

Tricia Smith said...

Natalie,
The answer to your question is BOTH. I just made two seperate copies and divided my businesses.
Hope that helps!
I am so proud of you and your friends for getting this done . . . once you finished it, you will be amazed at the peace of mind you will have!
Keep up the good work!
Trish

Tricia Smith said...

My appointments are written on my Monthly Calendar. Each night when I do my planning, I just check the purple section of my Day Keeper and add new appointments to the post-it's on the Days of the Week pages.
As far as the kids chores go, I will be adding the missing pieces. I rotate my kids jobs in groups and I have some pages for that. The routines page gives them an order to follow. Their jobs are seperate. I'll explain more when I give you the pages and it will make more sense . . . I hope!
Trish

Anonymous said...

Tricia-
In the purple section of your Day Keeper are your calendar pages? What else is in your Reminders/purple section? Maybe I just need to
wait until you post more hw.
from California

Tricia Smith said...

My Reminders Sections Includes:
Important Names and Numbers, Authorization for Treatment of a Minor, Babsitter Information,Our Mission Statement, Goals, Journal Page, Birthday Cards,Birthday's and Anniversaries, Wants, Needs and Sizes (one for each family member), Visiting Teaching, Home Teaching, 2010 Holidays, Holiday Traditions & Ideas, and then Calendars.
My Routines Section follows the Table of Contents.
Each of the pages comes in the order they are listed in.
Thank You for asking such great questions, it helps me to explain things better.
Trish

Anonymous said...

I love love LOVE this. My only wish is that the finance pages had their own section...is there anyway that you'd be willing to make a finances divider/header and a tab? Please, pretty please? :)

Tricia Smith said...

I'm so glad you like it. It's one of my favorite things!
I added a Finance Tab to the bottom of the post! The tab is on a page all by itself. I wasn't sure where else to put it.
Trish

Anonymous said...

i love this idea! Love the way that your pages look. What font did you use? Way to go!!

Julie said...

I have printed everything out, but I'm not quite sure how to put it all together especially the tabs. Does each day tab go on each sheet for the day of the week? And do you put the next day in the sheet protector behind the next day? That would make 2 tabs per sheet. Can you help? I love your projects.
Thanks.

Tricia Smith said...

Julie,
The Days of the Week open up into a spread sheet. I put a tab in the same place on each sheet protector. (Look at the picture and that might help explain what I mean a little better.) Half of the Day Keeper Pages are still coming. Tomorrow I will show you how to put them together. Hopefully then I will be able to answer alot of the questions you have.
Trish

Tricia Smith said...

I use a font my friend did. She ok'd me to use it for the blog and other products I have done in the past.
It's my FaVoRiTe!!!
I'm trying to see if she will let me share it with you.
Trish

Natalie said...

I just found your blog and I love it! My friend and I are so excited to get our vital records going. Thank you so much for doing this and for sharing it with others!

Anonymous said...

It seems not to long ago you posted a form for ppi's. Where can I find this or am I crazy?

Anonymous said...

Quick question: Do you use a dry erase marker on the page protector for your days of the week sheets. ie: menu, running list. or do you print a new one every week. Thanks love the blog

Renee said...

Can you be more specific on the size of notbook to get, tab size, lined post it note size. I have purchased some of these items only to discover that they were the wrong ones! I was just hoping to help others out! Thank you for your great work- this is so up my alley! I love it!!!

Alli Hursey said...

I'm trying to print these out and I'm unable. Please help!

Prepared Not Scared said...

Alli,
Try these links:
http://www.mediafire.com/?7x2w80s34zoepj2
http://www.mediafire.com/?buo0v37vacfbvuc
http://www.mediafire.com/?qn6ua7bykwxnjb2
Let me know if that helps.
Trish

Anonymous said...

i really love this font. whats the name of it?